Participate in recruiting efforts on- and off-campus including: college fairs, high school visits, employer visits, information events, and community activities. Such events take place both during regular business hours and after hours (evenings and weekends).
Recruit on behalf of Ivy Tech, sharing and selling the benefits of the Community College in order to meet the goal of increasing the number of inquiries and applicants to the College along with the conversion of those inquiries and applicants to help move students through the enrollment process.
Manage, effectively track and recruit potential student groups with the use of a client relationship management (CRM) tool. Use the CRM to assess the effectiveness of various recruitment efforts and make adjustments based on intake and conversion numbers.
Responsible for keeping current with academic and student affairs program changes.
Understand what attributes resonate with different target audiences and adjust recruitment practices and efforts based on those different audiences.
Assist with the development of collaborative relationships with local schools, colleges/universities, community agencies, employers, and organizations as they relate to the implementation of the campus recruitment plan.
Work closely with internal Ivy Tech personnel to coordinate overall recruitment opportunities effectively. Such personnel may include: marketing departments, K-14 coordinators, Accelerated Associate Program staff, college connection coaches, campus presidents, academic chairs, 21st Century Scholar representatives, and Honors College recruiters
Works with the dual credit staff to support students’ enrollment in dual credit courses and completion of educational pathways while in high school.
Assist with the development of admissions and recruitment related materials and disseminate such materials in coordination with other campus and statewide communications and recruitment efforts
Develops and convenes regularly scheduled small group sessions for students throughout the academic year. These sessions are structured as informal group check-ins and as workshops designed to help students navigate the college environment, access resources, and build a network of peer support. (i.e. program specific groups, financial aid workshops, ACT & SAT information, ITCC assessment information)
Coaches students on the transition from high school to college to work.
Implements student career workshops, which may involve on-campus activities, tours, industry visits, and other experiential learning opportunities.
Develops and delivers annual orientation for new student participants and a summer series of college preparation and team building workshops.
This is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with this position may be assigned. All responsibilities will be conducted within the parameters of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), other applicable regulatory requirements, and professional standards.